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What do you know about diabetic shock? - Care Beauty
                   

What do you know about diabetic shock?

Diabetic shock occurs when blood sugar levels drop dangerously low. Diabetic shock is not a medical term, but it is often used by people to describe a situation of severe hypoglycemia that requires the help of another person. People with slightly low blood sugar are usually blood, which doctors call an insulin reaction or hypoglycemia and people with hypoglycemia often experience headaches, dizziness, sweating, shakiness, and a feeling of restlessness,

 

When a person goes into diabetic shock, or severe hypoglycemia, they may lose consciousness, have difficulty speaking, and experience double vision. Early treatment is essential because blood sugar levels that remain low for too long can lead to seizures or seizures. Diabetic coma. Hypoglycemia can sometimes set in quickly and may occur even when a person is following a diabetes treatment plan.

 

symptoms

 

Blood sugar levels naturally rise and fall throughout the day. Usually, it rises shortly after a meal and dips after physical activity or fasting. Most people do not feel any negative effects from these changes, but they can cause problems for people with diabetes.

 

Early signs of low blood sugar levels include:

 

headache

 

nervousness

 

anxiety

 

Dizziness

 

sweating

 

vibration

 

irritability

 

moodiness

 

hunger

 

Symptoms of hypoglycemia often get worse and can be fatal if left untreated. Symptoms of diabetic shock or severe hypoglycemia may include:

 

Blurry or double vision

 

seizures

 

cramps

 

drowsiness

 

Unconsciousness

 

unclear

 

trouble speaking

 

confusion

 

jerky movements